Here's how Europe can support Ukrainian refugees, according to the IMF

Greater integration into economies and labor markets would benefit Europe and refugees. Image: Unsplash/Tina Hartung

Nicolo Bird
Writer, IMF Blog
Neree Noumon
Economist, Baltic-Poland Unit of the IMF’s European Department
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A chart showing where Ukrainian refugees have fled to.
Poland has welcomed the most Ukrainian refugees of any country, but Estonia has the highest proportion per population.. Image: IMF

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Ukrainian refugees are bringing a diverse range of skills to the labour forces of these countries. Image: IMF
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